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Town councillors look back and look ahead

January 7, 2016 – Oliver Chronicle As 2015 came and went, the Chronicle was curious to get some perspective on the year from our local elected officials. We asked each of our councillors, as well as the mayor, to reflect

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Oliver is Make Water Work Champion

Osoyoos Times – August 29, 2014 By MLA Linda Larson

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Oliver is Make Water Work Champion

The Boundary Sentinel – August 29, 2014 By MLA Linda Larson:

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Oliver takes “Make Water Work Champion”

Oliver Daily News – August 22, 2014 Kelowna, BC – The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) and its Okanagan WaterWise program are pleased to announce two winners for this year’s 2014 Make Water Work contest – Sarah Moorhouse from Vernon,

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Oliver best in Okanagan at conserving water, says board

Daily Courier – August 22, 2014 The dry town of Oliver is No. 1 in the Valley at conserving water, says the Okanagan Basin Water Board. Judges of a Valley-wide contest selected the South Okanagan community as the most water

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